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SITUATION REPORTMay 14, 2021 | 17:43 GMT
Argentina: Paris Club Willing to Recommend Debt Payment Delay
The 22 investor countries of the Paris Club are reportedly willing to delay the Argentine government’s $2.4 billion debt payment, originally due by May 30, in an effort to avoid a default, Bloomberg reported May 14, citing three unnamed sources with knowledge of Argentina’s negotiations with the Paris Club. 
On SecurityMay 12, 2021 | 09:00 GMT
The flag of mainland China.
Rethinking Post-Pandemic Business Travel to China
As the prospect of renewed international travel returns over the course of 2021, companies and individuals find themselves at a potential inflection point when it comes to travel to China. The decision on whether to return comes amid increasing tensions between China, the United States and U.S. allies -- and the associated threat of arbitrary detention of individuals for political reasons.
AssessmentsMay 10, 2021 | 21:41 GMT
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan removes his facemask during a press conference on Nov. 19, 2020.
Pakistan Asserts Its Place in the Muslim World
Rising domestic pressure is pushing Pakistan to publicly voice concern over pan-Islamic issues. But in doing so, Islamabad will seek to avoid exacerbating the country’s economic crisis by alienating trade and investment partners. During a May 3 meeting, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan urged the Islamabad-based ambassadors to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to work together to counter Islamophobia around the world. A couple of weeks earlier, Pakistan -- which is home to the world’s second-largest Muslim population -- also announced a global campaign to fight blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammad in the hopes of driving conversations with the European Union and the United Nations. 
SITUATION REPORTApr 21, 2021 | 21:24 GMT
Turkey: Erdogan Refutes Claims of Misusing Foreign Exchange Reserves
In a speech to lawmakers, Turkish Recep Tayyip Erdogan refuted claims made by the opposition that his government illegally traded central bank reserves to protect the value of the country’s embattled currency, noting that international economic developments in 2019 and 2020 forced the bank to make large foreign exchange transactions, Bloomberg reported April 21. 
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